Museums and Galleries
Creative Exchange Lab: The Center for Architecture and Design Saint Louis
Creative Exchange lab is space that offers its members the resources needed to bring people, experts and ideas together. We are focused on employing the discipline of Architecture & Design for greater good and for social change where needed.
Duet is an exhibition series and curatorial endeavor devoted to meaningful pairings between an artist from St. Louis and a carefully chosen complimentary artist from another city, offering up both a comparison and contrast of the cultural landscape that influences each of the artist's work.
Pearl Gallery enters the Grand Center stage as a newcomer to the St. Louis art scene. In addition to gallery space, the recently-transformed facility houses the world renowned Montessori Training Center.
Richard Shiff on Richard Tuttle's Wire Pieces
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando and situated in St. Louis' Grand Center district, the Pulitzer presents changing exhibitions and engages in a variety of programming initiatives involving the visual, literary, and performing arts.
A World of Music: Africa, Asia and Latin America ~ Instruments from the Hartenberger World Music Collection
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Sheldon Art Galleries
Part of the Sheldon Arts Foundation, the Sheldon Art Galleries feature over 7,000 square of space devoted to changing exhibitions of painting, printmaking, photography, architecture, sculpture, installation work, jazz history and children's art.
The Historic Samuel Cupples House
The Samuel Cupples House serves as a gallery in the center of Saint Louis University. Through the decades from private home to university museum, the Samuel Cupples House continues into its second century as a stunning example of the dynamism of the American experience!